I'm trying to find a place I've been to in Rome-I've been there twice and had lovely experiences, but it was a few years ago-if I were there on foot I'm sure I could find it again, but I'm trying to find the name so I can recommend it to a friend (and I'd like to go there again too-its kind of driving me nuts to not be able to find the place)
So, I'm pretty sure it was close to Vittorio Emanuele II-
The defining characteristics were as follows-it has a cheese room (I think its run by a French/Italian team or couple)
It features tapas portions of alot of things including (when I was there) a set of four tapas portion desserts.
There is a small terrace-the decor as I remember it was certainly more modern than traditional, but not overly sleek.
It was not particularly expensive-maybe 50 or 60 euros for dinner tops.
It would have been perpendicular to Via Vittorio Emanuele and on the southern side of the street.